Hearst Award Winners
2022 William Randolph Hearst Award: Brad Schreiber
The SJSU School of Journalism and Mass Communications is proud to award author Brad Schreiber the 2022 William Randolph Hearst Award for Outstanding Service in Professional Journalism from the Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
2020 William Randolph Hearst Award: Dr. Anthony Fauci
The faculty in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at San José State University will present the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Award for excellence in mass communication to Dr. Anthony Fauci.
2018 William Randolph Hearst Award: Jim Acosta
The faculty in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at San José State University will present 2018 William Randolph Hearst Award for "Outstanding Service in Professional Journalism Jim Acosta.
I’ve been teaching MCOM 170 since 2011, and every semester the curriculum changes. This is mainly due to the dynamics of the digital landscape and how quickly things change. If you are considering taking my class, please read on. I’ll share a summary and general direction of the class with links to more information.
The SJSU School of Journalism and Mass Communications is proudto award author Brad Schreiber the 2022 William Randolph Hearst Award for OutstandingService in Professional Journalism from the Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
On October 28, 2022 Professor Richard Craig won the College Media Association's Distinguished Adviser Award. Craig received this award for the work he puts in with the Spartan Daily, a student run newspaper.
JMC School hosts a special road trip to mark the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ride with us through the landmarks of the civil rights movement as we travel through Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee with Bay Area African-American community leaders during SJSU Spring Break in March, 2018. Join Us!
Exhibiting student work is a great way to create exposure on campus and beyond, particularly when we work with live clients. The project I've been showing off today is one that has really demonstrated how our SJSU advertising and design students rise to a challenge and come up with the goods.
San José State University’s student media outlets have received top national and statewide awards from two of college media’s most distinguished organizations — the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) and the California College Media Association (CCMA).
For the second consecutive year, San José State University’s Spartan Daily was awarded second place nationwide for Best Newspaper among four-year daily newspapers at the Associated Collegiate Press Best of Show awards. The organization’s 35th Annual National College Journalism Convention was held at the Hyatt Regency hotel in La Jolla this weekend. The Daily also secured the fourth place for Best Special Section in the national contest.
Wow, what a night for the Advertising Program! The 2019 Silicon Valley American Advertising Awards were dominated by wins from SJSU students resulting in the best year yet for the Ad program.
Earlier this semester, Professor John Delacruz and 17 SJSU students were able to fit in a visit to New York City on a trip organized by the Spartan Advertising Club.
The JMC School has created a unique video learning experience designed to showcase SJSU student knowledge, research, and perspectives on national news coverage of timely issues and social trends.
On Tuesday, November 17, 2020, the faculty in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at San José State University will present the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Award for excellence in mass communication to Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Students from the school of Journalism and Mass Communications were given the opportunity to explore the three-dimensional virtual world of Second Life (SL) this month.
The Children's Discovery Museum of San José recently held its second annual celebration of International Mother Language Day, where a 360 film created by Professor Tina Korani and her student assistants Xinyu Cao, Nick Girard, and Holly Klotz was available for viewing amongst the artwork.
Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta will receive the 2018 William Randolph Hearst Award for "Excellence in Professional Journalism." He will also deliver remarks in celebration of the First Amendment right of freedom of the press, and the importance of free speech, media ethics, values and speaking truth to power in America today.
On September 27 – 29, 2018, the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at San José State University was invited to present its graduate research at the 2018 Design Educators Research (DECIPHER) Conference at the University of Michigan.